Rasgulla

My Culinary Saga

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Rasgulla, Rasagulla, Rasagola, Roshogolla, Rossogolla, Rasbhari.

What’s in a name? that which we call,

A Rasgulla by any other name would taste as sweet.

Rasgulla is mainly derived from the two words ‘Ras’ which refers to syrup or juice and ‘Gulla’ means a ball.These soft spongy cheese balls floating like clouds in rich sugar syrup are a delight eat. I promise, you cannot stop at one.

After watching a million videos on YouTube to master this tricky dessert, I finally took the plunge. I didn’t believe how easy they were to make until I tried it – only a few important tricks to keep in mind. I have to tried to detail as much as possible in my notes below.

While West Bengal and Odisha are battling over who invented ‘Rasgulla’, let us get right to making these soft pillows. 🙂 We are in for a win either…

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